Super 25 football rankings for Week 10: Warren joins, Oswego East drops out

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There’s one new team that managed to squirm its way into the Super 25 this week.

After winning eight consecutive games, including a 43-7 win over Mundelein on Friday, Warren joins the rankings at No. 25.

The Blue Devils are 8-1 this season, the only loss was against Barrington in Week 1.

Hersey (8-1), Antioch (9-0) and West Aurora (8-1) area on the cusp. All three have proven why they could deserve a Super 25 nod.

Glenbard East made the largest leap in this week’s rankings. The Rams jumped from No. 18 to No. 13 after beating Larkin, 42-14, Friday on the road.

Montini took the biggest stumble. The Broncos dropped to No. 15 after losing 31-0 to No. 6 Brother Rice.

Twelve teams remain remain undefeated heading in to the playoffs.

Check out the full list below, with record and last week’s ranking.

1. Lincoln-Way East (9-0) 1

Friday vs St. Charles East

2. Batavia (9-0) 2

Friday vs. Granite City

3. Oswego (9-0) 3

Saturday vs. Taft

4. Homewood-Flossmoor (7-1) 4

Friday vs. Fremd

5. Simeon (9-0) 5

Friday vs. Rockford East

6. Brother Rice (9-0) 6

Saturday vs. Zion-Benton

7. Maine South (8-1) 7

Friday vs. Huntley

8. Marist (8-1) 8

Saturday vs. Stevenson

9. Nazareth (8-1) 9

Saturday vs. Andrew

10. Mount Carmel (8-1) 10

Friday vs. TF South

11. Richards (9-0) 11

Friday vs. Rock Island

12. Cary Grove (9-0) 12

Friday vs. Wauconda

13. Glenbard East (9-0) 18

Friday vs. Mount Prospect

14. Willowbrook (9-0) 14

Friday vs. Lincoln Park

15. Montini (8-1) 13

Saturday vs. Woodstock North

16. Glenbard West (7-2) 16

Friday at Bartlett

17. Phillips (7-2)17

Saturday vs. Lake Forest at Gately

18. Wheaton Warrenville South (8-1)19

Friday vs. Belleville West

19. Bolingbrook (7-2) 20

Friday vs. Waubonsie Valley

20. IC Catholic (9-0) 21

Friday vs. Raby

21. Prairie Ridge (7-2) 22

Saturday vs. Hinsdale South

22. Hinsdale Central (7-2)23

Saturday vs. Conant

23. Hillcrest (9-0)24

Saturday vs. Jersey

24. Rolling Meadows (9-0) 25

Friday vs. Alton

25. Warren (8-1) NR

Friday vs. Neuqua Valley

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